How To Get The Best From Teams

Well I took the plunge and created my first video blog post today on the topic of getting the best from teams.

Obviously this is a new challenge for me and I would really value your comments and feedback

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About the Author Duncan Brodie

Since 2006 I’ve worked with in excess of 8,000 accountants and professionals in workshops, seminars and one to one helping them land their next jobs and become better leaders, presenters and business partners. Before that I spent 25 years in accountancy climbing the career ladder from Payments Clerk to FD. I’m a CIMA Fellow, Certified Professional Coach and Team Coach Facilitator.

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Margaret Burnside says 25 June 2010

Hi Duncan,

Great content and great vocal tone and pace – seems to me like it would make a great audio podcast. Whilst it was good to see you, not sure the visual added anything. Maybe a visual like a flipchart or photos or slides (very visual – not wordy of course!) for you talk through would give viewers something else to look at? In conclusion – quite static visually but good length, good content and well delivered.

Good luck in developing this method, not been brave enough to try it myself!

Best wishes,


Duncan Brodie says 25 June 2010

Hi Margaret

Really appreciate the feedback and thanks so much for taking the time to post it.

Decided to keep it real simple for the first time round and your comments are valuable inputs going forward.

Duncan Brodie

Susan Andrewes says 27 June 2010

Hi Duncan,

What a brilliant first video blog. Loads of great content and a really confident and assured presentation.

I look forward to seeing more of what you are doing – keep up the great work!


susan says 27 June 2010

HI Duncan Well done that was great I feel like rolling my RRRS with a ber in my voice after listening to your accent ! My only reservation would be that it was all a bit grey ,background clothes and setting In one of Bernedettes webinars she recommends sitting near a window for light and perhaps if you had a picture in the back or even a poster of your logo it would add colour . I also did my first video on my first site this week too! so lets hope we both benefit from exposure !

Duncan Brodie says 26 July 2010

Really appreciate all your great comments and feedback on the first video blog post and I look forward to your contributions on future blog posts.


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